Clickadu Integration
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Step 1. Adding Clickadu as a Traffic Source in PeerClick

To add Clickadu to PeerClick open the Sources tab and click New. Choose Clickadu from the catalog and press Add. Clickadu postback URL and all the available macros will be automatically added to the Source. Don't forget to mark the checkbox Enable postback.

You need to replace your data from clickadu.

Step 2. Creating a Campaign in PeerClick

When you start set up the campaign in the PeerClick you must already have prepared an offer, which u will add in the campaign.

Creating a Campaign in PeerClick

1. Go to the Campaigns tab.

2. Click +New.

3. Give a name to your campaign in the Campaign name field.

4. From the Traffic source drop-down menu select the traffic source that you have previously created.

5. Select the cost model in the Cost type section. If you have selected to track costs with one of the four cost models (CPC, CPM, CPA, RevShare), you might need to provide the cost value in the Number of cost field. You can update the values you set at any moment using the Update cost function.

6. If you want to use a lander, click on + Add lander and choose from the drop-down menu.

7. Choose Direct linking if you don’t want to use a lander page.

8. Click + Offer to choose offers from the list.

Your Campaign URL will be generated at the Tracking section of the campaign automatically. Copy the link to clipboard. Here is the example of the link with the added tokens:

Step 3. Start a Campaign in Clickadu

In your Clickadu account, go to Campaigns > Create campaign > copy Your link from PeerClick to Target URL field:

From here you’re able to add additional tokens to track your targetings performance. Click the tags below the Target URL to paste or remove the parameter.

Tokens available:
{os} - tracks performance by Operation Systems.
{os_version} - tracks performance by OS versions.
{device} - tracks performance by device types (Phone, Tablet, Desktop).
{browser} - tracks performance by browser types.
{browser_lang} - tracks performance by browser language
{connection_type} - tracks performance by connection type (3G, WIFI)
{carrier} - tracks performance by Internet Service Providers (Vodafone, T-mobile, etc.)
{geo} - tracks performance by countries
{state} - tracks performance by states
{city} - tracks performance by cities

Done with the tokens and parameters?

Next, set up the campaign parameters > Start Campaign or Save as Draft.

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